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7 Tips for Adjusting to Online Classes

For many students, the college experience is taking place off-campus this year. This requires some creative solutions when it comes to socializing with friends (Zoom happy hour, anyone?), but it also means adjusting to online classes. Whether your campus is fully remote, hybrid, or TBD, one unexpected lesson you’re going to have to learn this year is how to deal with online classes.

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Covid-19 Resources in Garland, Texas

As Covid-19 continues to affect Texans all across the state, it’s more important than ever for communities to support each other. As a part of the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex community, we aim to provide resources and information that will help residents in the neighborhoods we serve. In addition to ensuring that you feel safe and comfortable visiting our All Storage facilities, we’re also compiling helpful information community-by-community in an effort to connect you with any services that might make your life easier during Covid-19.

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Covid-19 Resources in Frisco

The city of Frisco and the surrounding communities in both Collin and Denton Counties are working together diligently to curb the spread of COVID-19. That includes making testing accessible, creating resources for those who have been impacted, and taking steps to ensure that these Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex suburbs can open safely. As a local business, All Storage believes in doing our part to support our Frisco neighbors by taking extra steps in prioritizing our tenants health and well being. We also believe in supporting our community members by connecting you to resources that can help during this difficult time.

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Covid-19 Resources in Carrollton, TX

As a part of the Carrollton community, we’re here to help in any way we can. That means contact-free leasing and safer self storage practices, but it also means providing you with resources. We hope that by offering this information, we can help get you through this challenging time. Below you’ll find details on how to support your favorite Carrollton businesses, how to seek rent and food assistance, where to get tested, and more.

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How to Stay Active While Social Distancing

Before COVID-19, saying “I miss the gym” could earn you some strange looks from other people. After months of social distancing, it’s kind of an understandable sentiment. If you’ve been stuck inside subsisting on a diet of takeout, you might be longing for an opportunity to move your body. But maybe your gym isn’t open–or maybe it is, but you’re not comfortable going back quite yet. Here’s how to stay active while social distancing. Incorporate just a few of these easy ideas into your life and you’ll be surprised how good you feel.

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Covid-19 Resources in Bedford

Things look a lot different this summer in Bedford, Texas. What is usually a happy time defined by playgrounds, summer, camp, and community gatherings has instead been filled with masks and social distancing. At All Storage, we love our Bedford community and we’re looking forward to the future when we can safely enjoy all sorts of Texas traditions together again. In the meantime, we’re all about keeping you safe when you’re at an All Storage facility and providing you with resources for when you’re not.

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Grocery Shopping Tips During COVID-19

We’ve all had to make unexpected choices during COVID-19. Should you go to a restaurant? Your parents’ house? What about taking your kids to their favorite theme park when it opens? Sometimes, these choices are informed by restrictions–for example, not being able to go to a concert because it’s been cancelled due to limitations on large gatherings. Other times, we make choices based on how comfortable we feel, both physically and mentally. One thing that isn’t a choice during COVID-19, however, is buying groceries.

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Covid-19 Resources in Aubrey

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to affect Texas, residents of Denton County have had to adapt to changes and overcome unexpected obstacles. As COVID-19 cases rise–and hopefully begin to once again fall–Lone Star residents all over the state can keep an eye on which phase the state is in and check region-specific protocols by monitoring updates from the Texas Department of Health and Human Services.

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5 Ways to Give Back in DFW During COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis has impacted individuals, families, and businesses in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. As the state of Texas continues to reopen in phases, some Lone Star residents are still struggling with unemployment, housing insecurity, affording food, and health issues. If you’re in need of resources, we’ve compiled some helpful information on our blog. If you’re able to give back, look no further.

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COVID-19 Resources in Oklahoma City

If you’re an Oklahoma City local who has been affected by the COVID-19 crisis, there are resources available for you. Whether you’ve experienced symptoms, lost a job, opened a small business under these less than ideal circumstances, or you’re simply wondering if it’s safe to take your kids to Six Flags Hurricane Harbor this summer, we’ve compiled the information you need.

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7 Tips for Working From Home With Roommates

If you’re working from home during COVID-19, it may be tough to separate the “home” part of home office. This is especially true if you’ve got roommates. Even more so if you’re all working from home. On top of your already busy workload, suddenly you’re also dealing with your roommate blending a smoothie while you’re writing a report or walking around in the background of your Zoom meeting (extra awkward if they’ve just taken a shower and are in a towel).

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Covid-19 Resources in Arlington

While the city of Arlington and the state of Texas have begun reopening in the wake of COVID-19, many residents of the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex are still feeling the effects of the ongoing situation. Some services in Arlington remain closed and others are open with modified practices in place for increased safety.

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7 Dallas Fort Worth Restaurants Offering Takeout During COVID-19

7 Dallas Fort Worth Restaurants Offering Takeout During COVID-19 In late April, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced that some businesses, including restaurants and malls, could begin reopening with strict guidelines in place. Currently, Lone Star restaurants are allowed to offer dine-in services while following strict guidelines. These include limiting capacity to 50 percent, only allowing six or fewer patrons to a table, keeping groups of diners at least six feet apart, utilizing disposable menus, and disinfecting surfaces more frequently. Side note: Sorry margarita lovers; bars aren’t part of this early reopening stage.

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7 Dallas Fort Worth Area Restaurants Offering Booze To-Go During COVID-19

What is summer in Texas without a frozen margarita (invented in Dallas, by the way!) or an ice-cold Lone Star beer? While COVID-19 related closures and safety measures might be making it hard to hang out on a bar patio with a cocktail, it’s still very possible to enjoy that same level of mixology in the comfort of your own home while practicing social distancing. During the COVID-19 crisis, Texas restaurants are permitted to offer cocktail kits, beer, and wine to-go and via delivery. Alcohol must be purchased along with food, so as long as you add some queso and chips to your order, you’re good to go.

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5 Technology Hacks for Working From Home

According to an April 2020 survey conducted by MIT, approximately 45% of US employees are currently working from home. This comes as no surprise in the age of COVID-19, but one interesting aspect of this statistic is the fact that 34% of those employees were already working remotely. Whether working from home is the new normal for you or it’s long been a part of your professional routine, it seems like telecommuting is going to be a big part of life going forward. That’s where technology comes in. With the right technology hacks, you can make your home office as productive as an actual office.

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Covid-19 Resources in Dallas

During the COVID-19 crisis, All Storage is not only here for our customers—while practicing social distancing, of course—we’re also here for our communities. If you’re living in Dallas right now, you’ve likely got a lot of questions about resources that are available to you and what the future will look like when all of this is over. This Dallas COVID-19 resource guide includes recent information on how to get help if you need it.

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How to Safely Access Your Storage Unit During COVID-19

Learn how to safely access and use self-storage to hold your emergency supplies during the coronavirus pandemic.

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How to Set Up a Home Office

As a result of COVID-19, more of us than ever are working from home. And while the prospect of replacing your daily drive from the suburbs to the city with a short stroll from your bed to your couch sounds pretty great, you might find yourself longing for the familiar structure that an office can bring.

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COVID-19 Resources in Fort Worth

At All Storage, we care about our tenants and our community. We’ve made some changes to the way we operate our storage facilities, but we’re still here for you and we’re looking forward to seeing you in person when things are better. In the meantime, we’ll be offering resources for residents in the areas we serve, starting with Fort Worth.

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